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  • Protecting the world’s plant

    resources from pests

    International Plant Protection Convention

  • A World Without Market Access & Trade

  • Global food

    insecurity

    A World Without Pest Control

    Pests travel on

    exported

    commodities

    Pests destroy

    plant resources

    and spread

  • 1881 1951 1979 1997 2015

    12 Country

    Agreement

    Phylloxera

    vastatrix

    Convention

    Original Text

    Adopted

    1952 Plant

    Health

    Agreement

    IPPC text

    Revised

    IPPC revised

    WTO – SPS

    Agreement

    (1995)

    182 Contracting

    Parties, RPPOs.

    WTO and CBD

    recognized

    IPPC Historical Timeline

  • IPPC - Protecting plant resources

    4

    STRATEGIC

    OBJECTIVES

    Global Food Security Protect Environment

    Facilitate Safe Trade Develop Capacity

  • IPPC - Protecting your Plant Resources

    4

    CORE

    ACTIVITIES

    Standard Setting National Reporting

    Capacity Building Dispute Settlement

  • IPPC – Overview of what we do

    Protect

    Environment and

    Biodivesity

    Protect Industry &

    Consumers

    Protect Plant

    Resources

    Facilitate Safe

    Trade

    Protect Farmers

  • IPPC Structure

    Commission on Phytosanitary Measures(CPM) 182 contracting parties

    IP P

    C S

    e cr

    et ar

    ia t

    h

    o st

    e d

    b y

    FA O

    , R o

    m e

    It al

    y CPM Bureau 7 Regional Representatives

    Standards Committee (SC)

    Subsidiary Body for Dispute Settlement

    (SBDS)

    Capacity Development

    Committee (CDC)

    Various Technical Panels, Expert Working Groups, Focus Groups, Workshops, Technical Consultations to deliver the CPM work

    programme and to plan strategically

    Administrative

    Regional Plant Protection

    Organizations

    Convention on Biological Diversity

    Partners

  • Contracting parties considerations

    Contracting party team

    Who

    What How

    3

    CONSIDERATIONS

  • Contracting party team

    Who

    Policy makers (Public Sector)

    NPPO’s

    Private sector

    Civil society

    Experts

  • Contracting party team

    What

    Identify:

    Role

    Responsibility

    Information Needed/Shared:

    National Interests

    CPM Results

  • Contracting party team

    How

    Set national positions

    Participation in IPPC meetings

    Develop team capacity

  • Key Points – IPPC is for you!

    Capacity Building

    Protecting the world’s plant

    resources from pests

    International Plant Protection Convention

    Why IPPC is Important to You

    4 OBJECTIVES Food Security

    Environment Protection

    Facilitate Safe Trade

    Capacity Building

    IPPC has useful Resources www.phytosanitary.info www.ippc.int

    Get Involved & Participate

    Country Team

    Prepare & participate in

    CPM Make interventions

    Raise issues IPPC working Groups

    Promote NPPO’s Work

    http://www.phytosanitary.info/ http://www.ippc.int/

  • Questions/Concerns - Contact Us

    International Plant Protection Convention Secretariat (IPPC)

    AGPP - FAO, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla,

    00153 Rome, Italy. Tel: +39-06-5705-4812

    E-mail: IPPC@fao.org

    For further information, please visit:

    www.ippc.int

    www.phytosanitary.info

    Thank you!

    http://www.ippc.int/ http://www.phytosanitary.info/